Addressing a patient’s ability and willingness to pay for services upfront can go far towards a practice’s financial health.
This month's coding questions tackle the issue of problem “status,” TCM codes, and "quality" coding.
Two DOJ cases provide important reminders to physicians on listing the proper provider for claims and to meet testing guidelines.
Affecting real change with clinical or claims analytics isn’t about getting the right report, it’s about asking “How?” and “Why?”
To avoid a transaction failure, practices need to think about integration through every step of the process.
"Leading by examples" means giving our team clear direction on what great care is. Here’s how to start.
Medical practice owners and execs need to understand and protect their intellectual property, as well as avoid legal exposure of infringing on the legal rights of others.
How can docs avoid burnout woes? Three docs share their personal stories.
This doctor believes the American health care system can and must do better in terms of providing for patients.
Many hospitals have built and grown to diversify fee for service. The movement to shift risk to them leaves many in jeopardy.
Physician burnout and disengagement is an epidemic in health care and threatens the way physicians treat patients.
As physicians, we tend to care for the wellbeing of others such as our patients or our family members. This app helps us help ourselves.
Tech and staffing are two ways that your practice can reduce burnout for physicians and other stressed out employees.
Here are four steps you should take if you want to hire a new physician that may be hampered by a non-compete provision.
Certified physician assistants can help change the culture around men and their access to medical treatment.